Sharon and Thomas met at work in the heart of New York City, and they bonded over their love of Central Park. Their relationship blossomed as they walked those pathways through so many seasons, so it was only right that Thomas proposed on one of their favorite hills in the middle of the park. After Sharon said yes, he suggested that they celebrate with a drink at The Boathouse. She walked in to see her family waiting there for her! Thomas had flown them into the city to celebrate - the perfect ending to a beautiful proposal.
Sharon and Thomas wanted a classic wedding that didn’t feel fussy, and they wanted to leave plenty of room for fun! The Benton Chapel was the perfect backdrop for a special ceremony that the couple truly made their own, all while honoring timeless traditions. The outpouring of love from their families was something special, and we loved getting a front row seat to their “I do”s - and to their dance moves at the reception!
Sharon recently emailed us to say, “During wedding planning, someone told me that despite being surrounded by all your loved ones on your wedding day, the people you actually spend the most time with (other than each other) are the photographer and videographer. We were super happy to spend the day with you and are thrilled with the excellent job you did.” We loved spending the day with you, too, Sharon and Thomas! It was a blast to capture all the highlights from your special day, and we hope you’ll love looking back on your wedding for years and years.
Planner: Charming Bridal
Photographer: Krista Lee photography
Hair & Makeup: Blowout Co. (The Gulch)
Florals: Charming Bridal
Catering: Nashville City Club
Band/DJ: Blue Tone Music
Dress: TiAdora Bridal
All photos contained in this blog are property of Matt G Video and are not a representation of the photography produced at this event.Suit: The Black Tux